Identify Wasteful Facilities and Circuits to Improve Energy Efficiency

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates typical commercial buildings waste 20% of energy consumed. Poorly performing buildings use up to seven times more energy than highly energy efficient buildings. Increasing energy efficiency is not only beneficial for a building’s bottom line but it also helps to reduce a facility’s carbon footprint.

EnergyPQA.com® transforms traditional energy management for commercial buildings by identifying the most energy wasteful facilities and circuits to maximize energy efficiency improvements.

  • Automatically grade facilities and circuits for energy efficiency using smart analytics.
  • Identify least efficient facilities and the potential savings from improving them.
  • Focus on facility circuits most in need of improvement.

Since energy efficient buildings can consume up to 85% less power, identifying poorly performing facilities and circuits is essential to reduce energy use and costs.

Energy management for commercial buildings

View Facilities Graded for Energy Efficiency

Manage All Commodity Usage

The EnergyPQA.com® system allows you to track all commodity usage in one place, eliminating the need for discrete systems for water, air, gas, electric, and steam (W.A.G.E.S.) usage. View detailed usage and commodity cost dashboards. Trend commodity usage within a building and compare use between buildings. With the unique Leak Detective™ feature, be alerted to air and water leaks, allowing timely action to save resources and money. Generate reports for all W.A.G.E.S. commodity usage.

Energy management for commercial buildings

W.A.G.E.S. Dashboard

Reduce Costs with AI-based Predictions

The EnergyPQA.com® energy management system’s AI-based energy predictions provide insights into building energy trends into the future. By looking at future predictions, a facility manager can then be proactive to make sure that energy reduction programs are successful. The system uses historical energy readings and future weather forecasts to provide usage and demand before they occur, at all metered points.

  • Accurately predict demand and energy usage into the future with advanced AI and machine learning.
  • Take action on peak demand predictions in advance of penalty.
  • View energy dashboards that detail energy usage and demand across facility areas and provide insightful predictive analysis.

The system emails notifications of new predicted peak demand up to three days in advance. Since demand charges can be as high as 50% of a facility’s actual energy bill, this information can yield significant savings. Use the EnergyPQA.com® energy management system’s predictive energy usage dashboards to judge the success of demand mitigation efforts.

Energy management for commercial buildings

Use Artificial Intelligence to Predict Energy Usage into the Future

Grade Facilities and Circuits to Improve Electrical Reliability

Industry studies show that up to 40% of all downtime is power quality related and that 80% of these issues originate within the facility. The EnergyPQA.com® energy management system provides comprehensive power quality analysis on all metered points.

  • Automatically grade facilities on best to worst power quality risk.
  • Identify specific circuits in worst facilities to provide simple meaningful actions to improve reliability and safety of the power system.
  • Gain deep insights into all aspects of the facility’s voltage reliability and power quality with extensive dashboards and customizable reporting.
  • Easily view power quality waveforms, voltage sags and swells, current faults, THD, power factor, and limit alarms.
Energy management for commercial buildings

View Facilities Graded for Power Quality

Drive Energy Conservation Behavior from Tenants

Submetering produces accurate cost allocation that results in energy savings of up to 18%. Use EIG meters and the EnergyPQA.com® energy management system to provide energy awareness and change the mindset of tenants and energy users. Install meters at all needed locations to conserve energy through actual energy usage billing rather than square footage estimates.

Energy management for commercial buildings

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